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18
Dec
2020

PS Webinar Series: PhD Exit Seminar - Dynamics of water and carbon dioxide gas-exchange through the adaxial and abaxial surfaces of leaves ...

12pm 18 December 2020

Accurate estimation of gas exchange parameters has always been a fundamental aim of plant physiologists; from the more general assumptions and calculations presented by Moss and Rawlins (1963) up to the widely used model introduced by von Caemmerer and Farquhar (1981).

11
Dec
2020

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Life in cold blood: phenotypic development in a warming world »

4pm 11 December 2020

Animals live in an ever-changing world, but environmental perturbations are occurring at an alarming rate - threatening biodiversity and population persistence.

11
Dec
2020

PS Webinar Series: PhD Exit Seminar - Putting Rubisco into a carboxysome. »

12pm 11 December 2020

This thesis aimed to resolve how cyanobacterial Rubisco interacts with its binding partners both in vivo and in vitro.

08
Dec
2020

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Mutations, Models and Probability »

4pm 8 December 2020

I examine how some established population genetic models can be extended to accommodate insights from newer data and analytic methods.

04
Dec
2020

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Cracking egg investment: maternal investment strategies in cuckoos and their hosts »

4pm 4 December 2020

Individuals can benefit by varying their investment in offspring. The optimal amount of investment may vary in relation to both climatic conditions and social conditions (such as the number of carers for the offspring).

02
Dec
2020

PS Webinar Series: Understanding and engineering broad-spectrum disease resistance in crops »

12pm 2 December 2020

Fungal pathogens are a major constraint to global crop production, hence plant genes encoding pathogen resistance are important tools for combating disease.

27
Nov
2020

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Micro- and macro-evolution of micro- and macro-lizards »

4.30pm 27 November 2020

Why do organisms look the way they do? Why do they live where they do? Wy are some groups more diverse than others? These basic questions are often addressed at different scales using a particular set of methods.

27
Nov
2020
27
Nov
2020

Getting started with ANU eNotebooks (LabArchives) 11:00-12:00 and 13:00-14:00 sessions »

1pm 27 November 2020

ANU eNotebooks, powered by LabArchives, is now integrated with the SSO and available to all members of ANU. LabArchives can be accessed at https://enotebooks.anu.edu.au using ANU credentials.

27
Nov
2020

Getting started with ANU eNotebooks (LabArchives) 11:00-12:00 and 13:00-14:00 sessions »

11am 27 November 2020

ANU eNotebooks, powered by LabArchives, is now integrated with the SSO and available to all members of ANU. LabArchives can be accessed at https://enotebooks.anu.edu.au using ANU credentials.

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